OrgUnit

Description:Organisation Unit: an organisation, a unit therein, a committee or any other group of people that has a collective goal. Organisation Units are not necessarily formalized as legal entities. In the research information domain Organisation Units typically represents: (1) organisations that perform research (universities, research institutes, corporations) and their subdivisions (faculties, schools, departments, research groups) and other associated bodies (boards, advisory bodies); (2) organisations that fund research (funders, their divisions and evaluation panels); (3) scientific associations and networks; (4) publishers, facility operators and other service providers in the research space; (5) authorities, such as patent offices and standardization or supervision bodies; and (6) other bodies: editorial boards, evaluation panels, or committees of all kinds.
Examples:openaire_cerif_xml_example_orgunits.xml
Representation:XML element OrgUnit; the rest of this section documents children of this element
CERIF:the OrganisationUnit entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit)

Internal Identifier

Use:mandatory (1)
Representation:XML attribute id
CERIF:the OrganisationUnitIdentifier attribute (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit.OrganisationUnitIdentifier)

Type

Description:The type of the organisation unit
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Type containing the classification identifier and having a scheme attribute to specify the classification scheme identifier
CERIF:the OrganisationUnit_Classification (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit_Classification)

Acronym

Description:The acronym of the organisation unit
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element Acronym
CERIF:the OrganisationUnit.Acronym attribute (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit.Acronym)

Name

Description:The name of the organisation unit
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Name as a multilingual string
CERIF:the OrganisationUnit.Name attribute (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit.Name)

RORID

Description:The ROR identifier in case its value is certain or known to be a preferred one.
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element RORID
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)
Format:regular expression https:\/\/ror\.org\/0[\da-hj-km-np-tv-zA-HJ-KM-NP-TV-Z]{6}\d{2} (as per https://ror.org/facts/)

AlternativeRORID

Description:The ROR identifiers in case the value is not certain, e.g. because there is a conflicting statement with a different value. This can also represent deprecated identifiers/profiles that have been merged into a single, current one that is preferred.
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element AlternativeRORID
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)
Format:regular expression https:\/\/ror\.org\/0[\da-hj-km-np-tv-zA-HJ-KM-NP-TV-Z]{6}\d{2} (as per https://ror.org/facts/)

GRID

Description:The GRID identifier in case its value is certain or known to be a preferred one.
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element GRID
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)
Format:regular expression grid\.\d{4,}\.[0-9a-f]{1,2} (as per https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Property_talk:P2427)

AlternativeGRID

Description:The GRID identifier in case the value is not certain, e.g. because there is a conflicting statement with a different value. This can also represent deprecated identifiers/profiles that have been merged into a single, current one that is preferred.
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element AlternativeGRID
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)
Format:regular expression grid\.\d{4,}\.[0-9a-f]{1,2} (as per https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Property_talk:P2427)

ISNI

Description:The ISNI identifier in case its value is certain or known to be a preferred one.
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element ISNI
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)
Format:regular expression \d{4} \d{4} \d{4} \d{3}[\dX] (as per https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Property:P213)

AlternativeISNI

Description:The ISNI identifier in case the value is not certain, e.g. because there is a conflicting statement with a different value. This can also represent deprecated identifiers/profiles that have been merged into a single, current one that is preferred.
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element AlternativeISNI
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)
Format:regular expression \d{4} \d{4} \d{4} \d{3}[\dX] (as per https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Property:P213)

FundRefID

Description:The FundRef Registry Identifier in case its value is certain or known to be a preferred one.
Use:optional (0..1)
Representation:XML element FundRefID
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)
Format:regular expression https:\/\/doi.org\/10\.13039\/\d+ (as per https://www.crossref.org/display-guidelines/ https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q19822542)

AlternativeFundRefID

Description:The FundRef Registry Identifier in case the value is not certain, e.g. because there is a conflicting statement with a different value. This can also represent deprecated identifiers/profiles that have been merged into a single, current one that is preferred.
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element AlternativeFundRefID
CERIF:the FederatedIdentifier entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#FederatedIdentifier)
Format:regular expression https:\/\/doi.org\/10\.13039\/\d+ (as per https://www.crossref.org/display-guidelines/ https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q19822542)

Identifier

Description:A generic identifier, to be used only if your identifier does not fit in any of the above specific identifier types.
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element Identifier

ElectronicAddress

Description:An electronic address associated with the organisation unit
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element ElectronicAddress
CERIF:the ElectronicAddress entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#ElectronicAddress) and the corresponding link (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit_ElectronicAddress)

PartOf

Description:Link to the larger unit that encompasses this unit. To be used for the immediate parents only. In order to represent the full path up through the hierarchy of an institution, use this construct recursively. In specific cases there may be several such parents at one time in parallel. An example: a interdisciplinary research centre within a university can be subordinated to several faculties.
Use:optional, possibly multiple (0..*)
Representation:XML element PartOf with embedded XML element OrgUnit
CERIF:the OrganisationUnit_OrganisationUnit linking entity (https://w3id.org/cerif/model#OrganisationUnit_OrganisationUnit) with the https://w3id.org/cerif/vocab/InterOrganisationalStructure#Part semantics (direction :1)